Best Vocab words for all exams

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1. Threats: (noun)
Meaning: A statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on someone in retribution for something done or not done. (धमकी)
Synonym: Warning, Ultimatum, Commination, Menaces
Antonym: Certainty, Safety, Surety.
Example: The country is a great/major/serious threat to world peace.
Related words:
Threatening, Threatened, Threateningly.
Trick: Unke threats soch ko affect karte h

2. Aspects: (noun)
Meaning: A particular part or feature of something. (पहलू)
Synonym: Feature, Facet, Particular, Ingredient
Antonym: Disrespect, Disesteem, Disconnect, Unfasten
Example: Climate and weather affect every aspect of our lives.
Related Words:
Trick: The suspects had many aspects.

3. Resilience: (noun)
Meaning: Able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed. (लचीला)
Synonym: Strong, Tough, Hardy, Quick to recover
Antonym: Delicate, Weak, Hard, Inflexible, Rigid
Example: This rubber ball is very resilient and immediately springs back into shape.
Related words:
Resiliency, Resile, Resiliently
Trick: The ball is resilient and pungent.

4. Ambitious: (adjective)
Meaning: Having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed. (महत्वाकांक्षी)
Synonym: Aspiring, Determined, Forceful, Pushy
Antonym: Lethargic, Unenthusiastic, Content, Easy
Example: Your plans for the future are very ambitious.
Related Words:
Ambition, Ambitioning, Ambitioned, Ambitiously
Trick: The king is ambitious for the precious items.

5. Disproportionately: (adverb)
Meaning: To an extent that is too large or too small in comparison with something else. (अनुपातहीन)
Synonym: Extremely, Immensely, Improperly, Inordinately
Antonym: Balanced, Counterbalanced, Equitable, Moderate
Example: This act was found to be objectionable by some residents who stated that the new seventh district was disproportionately large.
Related Words:
Disproportion, Disproportioned, Disproportioning
Trick: The crowd is disproportionate and cannot be calibrate.

6. Sustainable: (adjective)
Meaning: The ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.  (निरंतरता)
Synonym: Continuous, Viable, Feasible, Unceasing
Antonym: Untenable, Tiring, Unendurable, Unsuitable
Example: Environmental sustainability is high in its goals.
Related Words:
Sustainability, Sustainably
Trick: He has the ability of sustainability.

7. Significant: (adjective)
Meaning: In a sufficiently great or important way as to be worthy of attention. (काफी)
Synonym: Notably, Remarkably, Importantly, Seriously
Antonym: Slightly, Doubtfully, Apparently, Superficially.
Example: Another store sold the game for a significantly lower price.
Related Words:
Significance, Signify, Significantly
Trick: These soldiers are significant for this rampant people.

8. Emphasized: (verb)
Meaning: Give special importance or value to (something) in speaking or writing. (बल देना)
Synonym: Accentuate, Affirm, Assert, Highlight
Antonym: Deny, Lose, Mumble, Depreciate
Example: He emphasized how important diet was to health.
Related Words:
Emphasizing, Emphatically
Trick: The man is emphasized and characterized perfectly.

9. Irreversible: (adjective)
Meaning: Not able to be undone or altered. (अचल)
Synonym: Inevitable, Permanent, Certain, Changeless
Antonym: Reversible, Temporary, Rechargeable, Correctable
Example: He suffered an irreversible loss of vision.
Related Words:
Irreversibility, Irreversibly
Trick: The plan is irreversible and inevitable.

10. Evaluates: (verb)
Meaning: Form an idea of the amount, number, or value of. (मूल्यांकन करना)
Synonym: Assesses, Estimates, Values, Appraises
Antonym: Reject, Spurn, Ignore, Oppose
Example: It's impossible to evaluate these results without knowing more about the research methods employed.
Related Words:
Evaluation, Evaluative, Evaluated, Evaluating
Trick: The man evaluate the considerate amount.